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Kyle Connor scores twice, Jets beat Ducks 5-1 for 1st win

WINNIPEG, Manitoba (AP) — Kyle Connor scored twice and added an assist with regular linemates Blake Wheeler and Mark Scheifele in COVID-19 protocol and the Winnipeg Jets beat the Anaheim Ducks 5-1 on Thursday night for their first victory of the seas
Jets centre Mark Scheifele in NHL's COVID-19 protocol, joins captain Blake Wheeler

Jets centre Mark Scheifele in NHL's COVID-19 protocol, joins captain Blake Wheeler

Winnipeg Jets centre Mark Scheifele has been placed into the NHL's COVID-19 protocol, the team announced Thursday. The Jets said he would not play in the evening's home-opener against the Anaheim Ducks.
'Alarming and heartbreaking': Medical group calls for strict measures in Saskatchewan

'Alarming and heartbreaking': Medical group calls for strict measures in Saskatchewan

The Canadian Medical Association is again calling on Saskatchewan to bring in strict public measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
RCMP officer faces charges after alleged sexual misconduct in Flin Flon while on-duty

RCMP officer faces charges after alleged sexual misconduct in Flin Flon while on-duty

Officer, formerly of Creighton RCMP detachment, faces breach of trust charge, will appear in The Pas court next month
Manitoba churches lose court challenge against COVID-19 restrictions

Manitoba churches lose court challenge against COVID-19 restrictions

WINNIPEG — A judge who ruled against seven Manitoba churches that were fighting public health orders says the restrictions were reasonable and necessary to stem the spread of COVID-19.
Manitoba ending COVID-19 state of emergency Oct. 21, health orders remain in effect

Manitoba ending COVID-19 state of emergency Oct. 21, health orders remain in effect

State of emergency will lapse at 4 p.m. Oct. 21, will not be renewed
Indicated resource grows at McIlvenna Bay site, now over 39 million tonnes: Foran

Indicated resource grows at McIlvenna Bay site, now over 39 million tonnes: Foran

Foran Mining appears to have found a much bigger resource at McIlvenna Bay than initially thought.

WHL roundup: Muir scores twice, Ice annihilate Warriors 10-2

WINNIPEG — The Winnipeg Ice overwhelmed the Moosejaw Warriors Wednesday, annihilating the visiting side 10-2 in Western Hockey League action.
Manitoba RCMP say 'dangerous suspect' that was a threat to the public arrested

Manitoba RCMP say 'dangerous suspect' that was a threat to the public arrested

SELKIRK, Man. — Manitoba RCMP say a man who they described as armed, dangerous and a threat to the public has been safely arrested.
Saskatchewan's chief medical health officer cries as he presents COVID-19 modelling

Saskatchewan's chief medical health officer cries as he presents COVID-19 modelling

REGINA — Saskatchewan's chief medical health officer cried Wednesday during a teleconference on COVID-19 modelling in the province. Dr. Saqib Shahab said it's upsetting to see what is happening in Saskatchewan's hospitals and intensive care units.